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Synergy+ shares one mouse and keyboard between multiple computers

Synergy is a cross-platform, open source application that allows you to navigate between multiple computer systems using a single mouse. Each system has its own screen, and once Synergy is installed and configured correctly, you can simply move your mouse to the edge of one screen and watch it seamlessly jump to another screen, which is a completely different computer. We've talked about Synergy...

Googleholic for February 8, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic - your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! This edition covers: Android fan site gets a makeover Has Google acquired Plaxo? Take a trip down Blogger Memory Lane Google launches Google Open Source blog An overview of the other Google stories we've covered this week ...

Google debuts Code Search

Google released Code Search today. It is billed as the single location programmers can search for accessible code. Google Code Search can be searched using precise regular expressions, or restricted searches for particular languages or filenames can be performed. Google's code searcher crawls and indexes the web for .tar.gz, .tar.bz2, .tar, and .zip files. The idea for the code search came about...

Googleholic - August 4th 2006

The Video Issue. In this issue we cover: Google Demo Reel Google Click Fraud: The Movie The Secret of Google's Search Engine Google's First TV ad Vint Cerf on Net Neutrality Google is looking for a Chef in Chelsea What News sources does Google index? Picasa Web Albums Gpokr ...

Google's Open-Source Code Project Hosting

Google dropped the word a little while ago about some Open Source Community thingy they were working on, and Greg Stein said that he was just putting the finishing touches on it. Well, it looks like it has been released. The new service from Google is a hosting environment called Project Hosting, that allows developers to upload and store any open-source project code they have in their arsenal....

Dublin Code Jam

Google Dublin hosted the finals for the Code Jam Europe 2006. 10,000 registrants competed in Three rounds, with 50 finalists being flow to Dublin for the major final competition. 15 Countries were represented in the finals. Earlier this year, Google had Code Jams in China and India. Another Code Jam is set for this Fall. Tomasz Czajka won the €2500 grand prize, and Petr Mitricheve from...